Skyla was adopted the other day by a woman and her daughter from northern Virginia. They spent a few hours here with her, and it was obvious that they have experience with timid dogs.
Rainy day. The dogs are restless, and so am I. Better get them out before the weather turns nasty.
Sunday was a good day at Dog Repair. We had the drawing for the afghan. I got to draw the winning ticket, and Sahndra Stewart of Colorado was the winner. Dog Repair was the big winner, with $350 in ticket sales this time.
A small but very energetic crew worked on the new fence. Thank you Mary, Bill, and Ed. Two more sessions should finish it.
The Dog Repair Kritter Krew completed phase one of the new fence, installing 20 posts. To see the photos click on the menu above.
Just in time for this cold weather, we are having a raffle for a hand crocheted afghan made by Robin Stewart. It is very soft,
multi-colored and made for a queen sized bed. Tickets are: 1 for $1, 5 for $3 and 8 for $5. We are going to put up a new fence at Dog Repair. We are excited because it will help prevent dog escapes and will provide us with a separate parking area. We have raised much of the necessary funds, but could use your support, and we can always use your donation of time working on it.
You can buy tickets by sending a PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org, or send a check to:
Dog Repair, Inc.
10564 NC Hwy 119 S.
Mebane NC 27302
Welcome to our updated Dog Repair site. Some of the gang want to say hello.
Punkin is our newest rescue. He is a happy, friendly young Terrier mix, about seven months old.
His “official” name is Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream (you can tell by his coloring), but that’s too long for every day use.
he has a moderate case of demodectic mange, and will need a few months to clear up his skin. Then on to a new home.
Chester and Lexi have gone to foster homes recently. Both are still available for adoption. It will take a little scheduling since they are not at our location.
The Spring Jamboree was a big success. The pig and fixins were delicious (yum, chocolate chip cookies). The beer was cold as it should be. Walt burned up the guitars and sang some old favorites as well as his own songs.
Thank you Rabbit for hosting the party and donating the pig. Thanks to Yankee an Lisa for use of the mobile pig cooker, and all the hours it take to get a pig “just right”. Thanks Johnny for a very nice donation, and for showing Steve how to cook hush puppies(or the other way around). Thanks Steve and Luke (his rescued dog) for being the inspiration for this event.
A huge thanks to Mary, Maria, and Bill, without whom Dog Repair would not be what it is, and who once again came through.
And finally thank you to all the “regulars” at Mama Rabbit’s, who made us feel at home, and contributed to our financial success.
Looks like a Flat-Coated Retriever.